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MQTs with REFRESH IMMEDIATE need to allow more flexible definitions(RIMS)
1. MQTs with REFRESH IMMEDIATE need to allow more flexible definitions. To make MQTs feasible for an environment where quick ingest and low data latency is a priority, they cant be REFRESH DEFERRED because of the excessive locking that occurs dur...
Why isn't CLIENT_USERID special register populated correctly by default(RIMS)
The customer was looking to create a table trigger using the CLIENT_USERID special register in order to populate a column that would indicate the actual OS user that last updated or inserted a row in a table. He later found out that this special r...
I recently inquired with IBM regarding what I am calling hybrid indexes, ie: indexes that reference normal columns as well as nodes within an XML column. This is not currently available, however, in the communications Melanie requested that I pass...
DB2LOOK improve dependency order for MQTs/UDFs(RIMS)
DB2LOOK improve dependency order for MQTs/UDFs DB2LOOK does not currently generate view/MQT/UDF in proper dependency order. We have MQTs dependent on views dependent on other MQTs, and DB2LOOK generates all tables (including MQTs) before it genera...
PMR extract: CUSTOMER REP : Tapio Vaattanen 905-413-3930 ENVIRONMENT : UDB/Linux v9.7.3 + special_26292 IBM Data movement Tool (IDMT) PROBLEM : SQL3140W loading Oracle data into DB2. Customer expects DB2 to round up the values to load when using D...
Enhance Granularity; Manageability; and Restartability of Redirected Restores(RIMS)
We need the ability to be able to restart a redirected restore from the point of any failed step rather than going back to the very beginning and rerunning the entire operation. Further we would like the ability to provide container paths without ...
Have ingest work just like a load but with logging. I know this is vague but wed like to be able to essentially change a load statement to an ingest with no other changes if at all possible? A load with shrlevel change like the mainframe? Lisa Lagrow
Ingest backwares compatibility with load/import(RIMS)
(high) Ingest backwards compatibility with load/import: Need the ability to handle all modifiers that load and import statements handle. Current example is delprioirtychar is not supported by ingest, but is by load and import. Jill Kastello
DB2 should check if there are any errors in the history file for(RIMS)
Headline cont... the relevant backup before the restore operation is started Description: Customer canceled/aborted a backup (kill against the vendor process) of his database after some hours (the reason is not relevant for this problem). The inco...
Solaris Service Management Facility (SMF) should be supported by (RIMS)
Headline cont... DB2 9.7 to stop/start the instances instead of using db2fmcd/db2fmd. Description- Following is a request I received a few months ago. I did than classify the request as one that would never happen, but it turned out customer insis...
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